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    February 28, 2011
    10:00 - 10:50pm EST  

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a motorists mows down cyclists. why he hit the gas instead of the break. break.(cover )02:03310 "we're still waiting for her return." still holding out hope. what the family of phylicia barnes is saying two months after her . disappearance. fired after this youtube video. why a police officer is battling to get his job back nearly three years later. later.dangerous storms are moving out... but rain will sttck around awhile longer. what happens after the front moves through. through. hello i'm jennifer gilbert. and i'm jeff barnd. it's.../ been... two months ...// since.../ phylicia barnes.../ vanished. vanished.now.. her family... and police are making a new plea for information that may help them find her. her. melinda...// roeder.../// live.../ downtown... //// áábyáá.../ one... of the.../ billboards.../ ááwitháá.../ the... teen's.../ picture.../////.
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áámelindaáá...// anythingg../ new... in the case? police keep working leads as they come in. the departmeet has dedicated pn entire squad of seven investigators to this case. the f-b-i. still... nothing h &phas panned out. but police and her family remain hopeful. hopeful. waiting for her return." till family and friends file into a meeting room...at the apartment complex where phylicia was last seen.it's where she's been staying with her sister.and where the search for her began.02:05:32 "we just really trying to keep her face out therr. keep her face in the news...so people won't stop looking."kelly and deena barnes... hold out hope their sister will come home. safee and soon.initially... there were plenty of leads... but none have panned out. 02:07:08 "yeah, in the beginning we got a lot.. a lot of calls, a lot of tips."
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baltiimre police... continue to pursue the case.but as the weeks pass y... fewer and fewer calls come in.11::4:14 "i wish we had something positive to report... all very frustrated by ttis."her face has been all over thh city... on fliers... and billboards. than 130 tips... from as far away aa washington state. still... no sign of phylicia. and her family grows more worried... every week. 02:03:17-33 "it's been a whole two months. a long two months waiting. we've been hoping and praying that somebody has seen something that's very important... that they would just say something."and while police say they can't keep searching forever.phylicia's family says... they will. 02:04:16 "we won't stop hoping that she will be opping returned." police are still treating this case as a possibly abduction. they've interviewed everyone who had
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access to the barnes' apartment.they've also thoroughly searched the complex... and the nearby shopping centerr where... someone told them phylicia had walked to. but securityy cameras show she nevee turned up there. live dowwtown, melinda roeder, fox 45 news at ten. hear everything police said today...go to fox-baltimore dot com slash raw news police...// identify.../ the... man.../ found .../ stabbed to death.../ in... his southwest .../ baltimoreehome. it.../ happened...// on... clifton avenue.../ in... southwest baltimore.../ before.../ 1:30--pm...// sunday.../// ááaáá... loved-one...// found.../ the body.../ of... 1-year-old .../ edgar wilson.../ áá noáá... arrests.../ have.../ been made. 3 3 new tonight --- a johns hopkins student is in a coma after he was hit while riding his bike saturday. 20-year-old nathan krasnopoler was riding in a marked bicycce lane when an 83-year-old woman struck him with her car --- trapping him underneath it.it
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happened near 39th and university parkway.he was taken to johns hopkins hospital and is in critical condition.the driver is not expected to face charres. the.../ hunt.../ for... a possible...// serial rapist.../ goes... high .../ tech...//..police.../ say...// this... man.../ attacked... women.../ as... far north.../ as... rhode.../ island...///.áátheáá.../ attacks.../ began... n forressville,.../ maryland...// in... 1997...///.áátheáá.../ most... recent woodbridge,.../ . in virginia.../ in... 2009...////.ááaáá...// new... website.../ with... more.../ information... /// is.../ upp../// up...///áágoáá.../ to.../ fox-baltimore dot com... / slash newslinks you saw the video...the one with the cityycop yelling aa the kii on the skateboard.... then pushing him on the ground. it went viral on youtube. youtube. crime and justice reporter joy lepola lets us know whether thht cop ...is back on the job tonight. tonight. ((pkg)) sit down...sit down i'm not a dude. a baltimore city police officer... captured berating a skateboarder... putting him in a headlock even pushing him to
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the ground.(bush) he asked me if i hearddhi and i told him i had my ipod in and he said don't get an attitude with me.. then that's when he went off.." (video) when i'm talking you shut your mouth. more than 1.55million . for the teen's mother ... she's seen enoogh. (miller/mother) i mean that's outrageous what he did, attacking a child like that. when this run-in occurrd... officer salvatore riveiri had one more year to go before he could retire with a pension. a dream dashed.... after a court hearing in downtown baltimore this morning. 10:29:54 i think people don't unddrstand generally that taking action as a pooice officer can be very physical michael marshallldefended riverie's actions in court.10:30:02 the force that was used officer thiins was not that physical. while a disciplinary board determined rivieri should be suspended... the police commissioner fired him. after
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hearing the arguments for and against the firiig a judge ruled the commissioner's actions werr juutified.stand up11::3:13 there were about a dozen officers from the department attending todays hearing. foolowing the judges ruling many told meethey were disappointed. they feellas if the police commissioner caved under public pressure// they said the officers actions certianly didn't warrant him being fired :30 (atty marshall) 10:29:39 i have a llt of respect for him but i think he overreacted. an overaction in the eyes of some...justice in the eyes others.... in downtown baltimore joy lepola fox 45 news at ten. rivieri's attorney says he does plan to appeal today's ruuing. the police department won't comment... because it's a personnel matter. earlier we asked should officer rivieri have been fired? so far 25 percent of you say yes... while 75 percent say no.
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go to foo-baltimore dot ccm . tell us what you think. sound off thru facebook. send us a tweet at foxbaltimore. text your answer to 45-203. enter fox45a for yes. fox45b for no.hear more responses tonight o n the late edition at 11. 3 ááwhenáá.../ we... opened our.../ fugitivv files.../ friday...//ááyouáá... responded ---//// áánowáá.../ police... have their.../ man ... ...crime and justice.../ reporter.../// joy leopla.../// was... live.../ at... the warrant .../ apprehension... task.../ force.../ friday...////-ááwhenáá...// police... were.../ looking for .../ 3--men --- /// ááyouáá.../ led police.../ to...// 48... year oll .../ jeffrey tyler ...//// ááwhoseáá.../ wanted.../ for... arred robbery "he was accutally staying with his brother..if it hadn't been for that info last night we wouldn't have been successful." successful."there.../ was... also a warrant .../ for... tylor's.../ brother ---/// was... also arrested. we.../ want... to hear.../ ááhowáá.../ you're... fighting back.../// against.../ crime..////. áátelláá...// us... what you're doing.../
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in... your community....//// ááouráá... hotline.../ is.../ 410-662-1456. more than two dozen city cops suspended....accused of taking kickbacks fromma rosedale towing and car repair company.now the city's towing system is at the heart of a city investigation. investigation.michael buczyner live outside city hall where officials are looking for answers tonight.... tonight....councilman james kraft called for an investigative hearing tonight to learn more about the city's medallion towinn program.. 3 3 sot20:06: kraft: "now we have people who have staated raising questions about medallion towers."get into an accideet.. or park illegally in baltimore city and your vehicle will most likely end up here.. t the city impound...now the companiess approved by the city to tow your vehicle might be headed to city hall to answer questions.sot22:56: kraft: "there are questions to be raised bout the way the program is being administered.
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at this point, i think that is the bess way to see it." medallion towing in the city is big business.. ten different towing companies licensed by the city split more ttan four point four million dollars in reeenue for towing vehicles during fiscal year 20-100.that adds up to more than 30-thousand tows just last year..and of the 130 dollar charge for a tow.. the city gets just seven dollars.. and 50 cents..ot18:18: young: " i think the city should be taking a little more of that money so when we have the investigative hearing all that stuff will get flushed out. councilman james kraft says although the recent aarests and suspensions of 31 baltimore city police officers involved in a towing medallion towers.. he still e has queetions.sot20:26: kraft: "what they do, how they do it, how they've come to be in the position they are?sot8:53: curran: "if they would follow the rules and regulations that are set and operate with-in those parameters, the medallion system will work."
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several oo the towing companies that have medallions.. have made thousands of dollars in campaign contributions to city leaders..the owner of one towing company told me tonight they welcome the review... live outside city hall.. michael buczyner.. fox45 news at ten. the.../ cost... of a gallon.../ of gas .../ ááshotáá.../ up.../ 21 past.../ week...////- .ááthisáá.../ time... of year.../ áágasáá... prices... are typically.../ áá álowá today.../// ááaáá... gallon ...of gas.../ costs.../ an... average of.../ 3-dollars .../ 33 cents... in.../ maryland...../áálastáá.../ week,.../ it... cost.../ 3-12....//////.ááthisáá... time... last.../ year..////.ááaáá.../ gallon of gas.../ cost.../ 2--67. find.... the... best gas prices.../ in... your neighborhood.../// ááatáá.../ fox-baltimore dot com... /// ááclickáá... on... "pump patrol" .../ in... the community features.../ section a woman infected with measles..... could have exposee everyone on board two
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different flights to the diseasee...anddone of her flights started in baltimore. baltimore. the woman flew on a "southwest" flight... from b-w-i thurgood marshall airport... to denver and then airline was notified shortly pfter the flight..... saying the woman contracted measles while visiting europe.measles is spread through airborne ccntact and is highly contagious.the woman was not vaccinnted agginst measles. (phillipp) "well mmasles for people who are not vaccinated can be can be a very serious illness particularly for children or adults over the age of 20. it can be an illness that can cause very, very high fever and in fact for some people, very serious, allost life threatening complic" complications."if you think &pyou might have been exposed t measles.... and you get the symptoms of a rash or high fever.... you should see your doctor immediately. a water main break is distupting a woodlawn neighborhood tonight. tonight. one resident was especially hard hit when waaer came pouring into her home. home.it happened along grove court in woodlawn
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woodlawn keith is live therr now...and repair crews are still working. working. 3 3 3 3 elner prater never thought she'd have a home with a waterfront view.....(prater) "i did not know what to do...." .........sensible thinking, because prater llves in the middle of the blook johnny cake road near apple ggove court in woodlawn. but when prater arrived home monday afternoon.. she found pater virttally surrounding her property.. with a waterfall....(áááquick nats of waaerfallááá)..........pouring into her front yard.(prater) "i couldn't belive what was happening. so, i got out of the car, put on my heavy work boots to see hhw bad this was
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and i saw, i walked around the house and saw it was going all the way to the back..." .........water rushing from the street... a watermain break right in front of prater's home.(prater) "it's just unbelievable, because everything is destroyed. now the water is getting into the basement.."...........prater says a baltimore county police officer spotted the problem.... he allrted baltimore ounty utility crews... ...........ppater says, that was about 1:30 in the afternoon...(keith) "sincee then, prater says the water has been flowing for more than 5 hours, with no one from the &pcity, who'ssresponsibleefor this waterline, responding.. until now."............slow motion.. (prater) "i don't knowwif the foundation ii destroyed...." .............that's angered prater... she has her pen and pad.. and she's takinn names. (prater) "oh, because something is going to be done. my property has been destroyed and i don't know how much more destroyed.. i don't know home much more damage has been done in my basement. i want heads to roll.. that's the kind of person i am."
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(ad lib) 3 it was broken in it wassbroken in may peices... there was a human skull that sud surfaced a historic cemetery in baltimore... it... innour cover story x tonight an impatient driver takes his rage out on some cyclists... where this later on fox45 news at ten "i wake up liierally in the middle of the night literally with cramps in my hampstrings." hampstrings." he survived polio......but says marijuana would be his best medicine now...the concerns some are raising... about legalizing it hhre... te break -
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of a baltimore county police cairns reports, he died of lou gehrig's disease. a bleak monday for baltimore county police officers, ass they mourn the death of detective pete sharman: who died of lou gehrigs disease. (mike lettieri)"he was doing what he was suppose to do in life..he was good at it. (pause)" the detective battled criminals and a difficclt disease... (mmke lettieri)"the first thing was the weight loss."but at same time he was trying to loss weight so you dismissed it like that.. then his speech got slurred..a little lazy.."now, they say
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sharman devoted his life, to (chief)"the community has really stepped forward embbaced this man, a great contribution from catching bank robbers.. to high level narcotics dealers.. he did a great job for balt county" detective sharman's death comes just a week before a planned fundraiserr 'for pete's sake, to raise money for a.l.s.... it will still take place next monnayyat ships caae in catonsville. (jim and sharon andrews)we knew his health was failing.. we knew soonerror later he would pass on.. we just didnt expect it this soon"(caskee shot going into dulaney valley) today while they bury a frieed, they vow to continue his fighttto ffnd a cure for lou gehrig's diseass: (disolve in and out of sots) pcheif)"pete wassvery pooular.. well liked in the agency a shining example of americas best in law enforcement."in baltimore co: (disolve in and out of sots) (capt john spiroff)"just an exceptional police fficer."kc fox 45 news at 10 details about the a.l.s.
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next monday night are now posteddon foobaltimore dot com. 3 3 the.../ battle... over.../ same sex ..../ arriage.../ in... maryland.../// áámovesáá .../ to... the house.../// of.../ delegates.../ átomorrow. átomorrowá. last.../ thursday,...// áátheáá...// senate... approved .../ the... measure .../ áááivingáá.../ same sex couples .../ full... marriage rights.../ inn.. maryland....////áá12áá.../ members ...of the.../ house committee.../ are.../ co-sponsors... of the.../ bill..///. áávirtuallyáá.../ guaranteeing.../ passage.../ in .../ committee... //// ááopponentsáá... hood... out hope.../ it... won't pass. 3 3 "many of the legislators, african americans.................d on'' see how they can vote for it." it." today...baltimore.../ archhishop...// edwin... obrien.../ signed... a letter...//, ááurgingáá...// people ...to protect .../ the... definition of.../ marriage.../// ...saying...///ááweáá... believe.../ such... a change .../ would... lead to the erosioo.../ of... the.../ family, .../ áásociety'sáá.../ most valuud... and unit." if.../ the house... approvvs the measure, /// áátheáá./../ governor ... says...// he'll... sign.../ it.../
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also .../ in annapolis.../// áálawmakersáá...// resume.... debate.../ on.../ medical.../ marijuana...////. ááallowingáá...// patients.... with terminal.../ or... chronic illness.../// to... use pot.../ too.. relieve.../ pain.../// áájohnáá.../ rydell.../ reports.../ ááseveraláá... patients../// testified...// today.. today.. "i wake up literally in the middle of the night literally with cramps in my hampstrings." barry considine...survived &ppolio...as a child.but for yeers...he's stiil suffered debilitating pain...and spasms. "and eventually the sinosis in my spine got to the point where i really wasnnt able to walk, i could barely get up." considiie says...conventional treatmmnts...and medicines... have done little...to ease that pain.but he's told using marijuana...haa (considine) "it functions as an analgesic and a muscle relaxer." considine...and other patients...have told state legalizing pot...for thosewith chronic...or debilitating illnesses.baltimore county delegate dan morhaim...who's also a physician...tells colleagues...pot...is neither a panacea...nor...a poison.
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(morhaim) "it's a plant with medinical values that haa risks, it has benefits and it ought to be made available to those who need it."but some lawwakers....orryabout how the program...wouldbe &padministered. (cluster) "what guarantees that we're not going to that next leeel of everybody and their brother wanting to grow this?""i forsee them, if they grow too much of it, turn around and selling it to their friends." deleeate morhaim...says he does support an amendment...which would allow patients to roww their own.he says state- licensed pharmacies...and dispensaries...would distribute the pot...to patients.but their doctors would have to verify ...that ooher...conventional treetments...were in-effective. but state health secretary dr. joshua shafstein...is urging caution. (sharfstein) "if there is to be access that it's narrowly drawn to particular conditions for which there's evidence that it actually works, not just anyone who thinks they might benefii, that's not a standard we apply to other drugs."but supporters...say medical marijuana...should become another option for doctors...only when all other treatments...have failed. in
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annapoois, john rydell, fox 45 newsd at ten. a... similar bill... passed the state senate .../ last year...//// áábutáá...// didn't... surivive.../ a... house committee. 3 fox45 s stepping up to let you know where your taxes are going.we're closely following the money in governor o'malley's budget.tonight... ww look at the maryland state p. police. the total proposed state budget foo next year... is 34-point-2 bbllion dollars. dollars. more than 282 million dollars will go to the maryland state p. police. that's 2-million dollars less this year... because the state is expecting less federal money. money. 26-million will be spent to run the state police aviation division. tell lawmakers what you think about the things áyouá find in the budget.the whole thing is linked to our website......and you'll find the contact information for the governee... house speaker...and senate president on our website... fox baltimore dot com slash your voice wisconsin's.../ governior...// &pááimposingáá.../ a... deadline...// onn.. the.../ wayward .../
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democratic .../ lawmakers...////ááasáá..../ prrtests.../ over... his.../ budget...// plan...// ááandáá...// &pcutting...// collective.../ bargaining.../ continu/ conttnuess..//this...// was... the capitol.../ in madison.../ won't... llt any...// more.../ protestors in,.../ ááuntiláá...// currrenn ones.../ leave....//// áátheáá...// governor ... says.../ thoss...// a-w-o-l...// democrats...//// who... refuse./..// to.../ vote...// have... 24 hours .../ to.../ return.../////. the non-partisan legislative fiscal bureau has pointee ut that the state stands to lose the opportunity o achieve 165-million dollars of savinns to this budget repair bill if phe work'ssnot completed by the end of the day on tuesday." tuesday."walker.../ also... said...// up... to.../ 12-thousand .../// state,.../ local, .../ and... school jobs.../ could be.../ eliminated what.../ kind ...of benefits.../ do...// public sector ... workers.../ &p get? get? the.../ heritage foundation...//// found... on.../ average.../// áápublicáá.../ workers.../ make ...22-percent more.../ than... their.../ private.../ counterpart. counterparts...//. ááraisesáá.../ are... based on.../ seniority.../ áánotáá... productiv. productivity...////. áátheáá.../ president's.../ pay... increase.../ freeze.../ doesn't... affect.../ those raises. raises. ááfederaláá.../ workers...// caa...
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retire.../// at.../ 56....///// ááaáá.../ worker...// with... 3--years.../ gets... all 10...// - federal.../ holidays.. /// áá20áá.../ paid... vacation.../ days...///// ááandáá.../ 13... sick days...// per year. timm is running out for congress to o something about the áfederalá budget. budget. they have until friday to passsa bill to fund tte government.if they don't, the government will shut down. the mmediate foous appears to be on a two-week extension, republicans to try to find a d - agree on theeneed for cuts... but say the republican-led house is threatening an already fragile economy. garamendi says: "i would urge ccution for all of us. the unintended consequences ever those budget cuts will come back in many, many ways to harm this nation." nation." lee says: "what we do want is for congress to start acting reeponsibly and for congress to stop kkcking this can down the road every single time the question comes up." up." the white house says fuuding the government in two week increments creates uncertainty, and rrght now,
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there is no committment to pign it if it passes. a wet day today today 3 whats n store for the rest of the week? week? here's chief meteorologiss vytas reid with the skywatch fot forecast
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3 the reason why this driver hit the gas.,..in a group of bikers...later on fox45 news at tenn it was broken in many peices... there was a huuan skull that surfaced surfaced dead... and apparently fogotten in one cemetery in baltimore...the fight to fix it... in our cover story...after the break
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more than you have in ddcades.. for your morning cup pf joe...tommrrow on fox45 mornnng news. historical gem.../ in... the city.../ .of...// baltimore. cemetery... is the oldest african american burial ground in town.but after decades of neglect, its condition has deteriotated. some say, to the point of disrespect. disrespect. in.../ tonight's... cover story,.../ melinda roeder.../ takes ...a closer look.../ at.../ onee.. person's figgt.../ for.../// "eternal.../ dignity" dignity" 17:33:42 natsound of train in background/ sunrise shotsin the halo of morning's first
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lighh...(cover) 16:32:30 "every one of these people meant something to someone in their life."thisshallowed ground...is a glowing testament... to baltimore's past.(cover) 16:17:44 "it's important to know where you came from. to know who your family is."a place where family names...16:25:54 "this is a davis. 1958."are also pioneers... for civil rights. 16:18:31 "therr are a lot of peopleewhere that are prominent. the carrolls. the mitchells. they're all here." lu moorman has eight family members here among the 16:14:32 "i know what i have at least tww in this area. here."but she can only find áoneá of theer tombbtones. 16:16:52 "it;s just. it's just. a mess. it breaks my heart everytime i come out here."with more than 32 acres of burral sites... there's much to maintain.but over thee years.... much has been lost to both nature and time. even markers... have gone missing. 23:17:10 "literally whenni found the cemetery and rode
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through it, i got out and cried."reverend dell hinton is pastor of sharp street methodist church... which has owns anddoverseee the cemetery. she took over six years ago.23:17:14 it was horrible and the weeds were as tall as i am and i'm 5'88. she aarees the burial ground is still in baa shape. and mistakks were maae in the past... especially with money. 23:22:48 "people have given for whaetever reason those d monies were not used in the way that people intended."but she hesitates to point fingers. claiming she has a masterplan to restore everything.... including lost records.23:18:45 "we've got documents on burial that when you touch them, they're just crumbling."there is currently no working map... to mark who or where... souls have been laid to rest here.23:22:15 understanding, decades ago that actually mapped out where the plots were in the cemetery. that we have not been able to locate. something that has to be reconstructed." but in the last two years.... some progress has been made. 23:17:34 "now. tte weeds are down by my knees. that means we've cut them down by five feet."using volunteers and inmate labor... some of the weeds have been cut down. good secttoo. this is the good section."while others... are still vergrown... leaving loved ones... to wonder whh. 16:21:31 "that area is the worst maintained right now because it hides a lot of
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secrrts."moorman says he's seen everything here from old, mangled caskets... to human bones that have been unearthed. ---------------incorporate jacobi here.............. carolyn jacobi was so upset by what she saw by her father's gravesite... that it prompted her to become an advocate for the deaddshe founded "eternal dignity." a voice ttat pushes for proper perpetual care. but here... she has little power to intervene... because the cemetery is privately owned. -------------------------------- -some say it would be best if the ity of baltimore... or the state... could takeover the historic site.16:50:22 "if they can't show responsibility to maintain this cemetery, then let somebbdy else do it. not gonna aintain it with the respect that it deserves?!"but reverenn hinton...23:33:56 "no."hasn't considered handing over the property.23:34:04 "i don't know why we should."her a fence... that the city will soon build around the cemetery. part offa master plan she sayss will take several years... to see through.03:14 "we have been in discussion with total construction about this. we have not been able to get aay further because of financcs." in the meantime... family wiating for action.16:30:50 h
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"it's embarrassing. it's embarrassing that we treat our heritage like this. "moorman restore records... by tracking tomsbtones... 16:24:45 "we end up clearing them just to see who they are. someone's looking for this person. i'm sure."and with each tone she uncovers... she holds out hope.. it coull be kin. 16:23:28 "i'm always searching for my family. always. that's never-ending."her &pappeals for help... have been answered... by some who don't "now i'm into geneology, i'm 4 like a cemetery junkie and this is sort of like my cemetery... very important in baltimore history."a piece of history.... long forgotten... and slowly disappearing.... unless somethiig... someone... steps up.11:40 "i know it's gonna happen... it's happening."and lives up to thee responsibility....17:02:39 "i
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know in my heart that i'm trying to make it better. that this is the path i was peant to lead.... of paying respect... (begins to sob)... sorry."to the souls... who sleep here...in disarray... 17:03:14 "it's just not right. it's oo right."mellnda the church is now working with morgan state university to restore old records. and they''e working on a plan for fundrrising. but.../ they're... reluctant.../ to... seek grant money...// ááthatáá.../ would ...come.../ with... many strings .../ attached. 3 up next --- a driver plows his car into a group of cycling activists.why he did it --- and what the cyclists &pwere protesting --- the answe --- is ironic. "if they've called 9-1-1 and hung up because they couldn't get through..that is the reason why" why" and --- d-c residents dialing 9---11may get a why calls are going unanswered. 3
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have been dealing with, with your kids lately.it's very scary when your child gees a fever.but pediatriiians are now telling moms and dads to take a deep breath. a new report shows fevers...mild ones... are actually a good thing. 33 "we are too quick to treat a fever when a fever is fighting off infection. the body makess a fever to rev up the immune system and studies have shown it helps you fight bacteria and viruses. you need that 3 according to the american academy of pediatrics.... pediatrics....under 3 months of age...a doctor should be seen with any level of a fever. fever. between 4 and 6 months...a fever above 100 degrees should be a cause for concern. and kids 6 months and
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older with a fever higher than 103 should see a doctor. fox 45 is stepping uu to make your 20-11 the healthiest year yet. the b-more healthy expo will be held t the baltimore convention center saturday, march 12th.learn about exercise, eating right... and get health screeningg.go to b-more healthy expo-dot-com for more information. 3 .baseball has officially started... the oriiles ppay in their first spring training game of the season... and it's next in sports unlimited... ñpñq=ñ
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to see how we can help your cashflow situation. the orioles .. the orioles opened up spring training todayyagainst the pira. pirates... .bruce cunningham joins us now in sports unlimiied with the first look at the o's this year... bruce... bruce... .coming up tonight on sports uu. unlimited... .the o's witt an impressive showing in their first spring training game... see whha